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Sick of checking this post page every X days, I really would like to solve my problem with the disk space and the Ubuntu updates. So, there is a way to automatize this process?
Of course I can create a script that does it, but would be awesome if the Ubuntu update center would have a config value like: Amount of Ubuntu images to keep in memory.
In my case, I would save only 1, always having the same amount of disk used, so free.
So, my question is: There is a native/automated solution that keeps the amount of images to certain number without any 'human' action? when a new one is installed, the last one is removed.